Join us for our 2021 events online (until we can have a live event again!). With our new chapters coming online, you’ll be able to enjoy topics from around the nation, no matter where you are! 

Missed an event? See below for links to watch them again! That way, you won’t miss a minute of anything. 

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Making a Living As a Videographer

Thursday, March 25th @ 11am Pacific

Join us for a panel discussion on how filmmakers have found ways to make a living in between the dream projects. From weddings to real estate and everything in between, learn how filmmakers got started, get clients, and thrive.

Join us and win a seat of DaVinci Resolve Studio!

Attend our event and you’ll be entered into a drawing for a seat of DaVinci Resolve Studio, valued at $295!

Winners will be chosen from attendees at the end of the event, so make sure you register and join us!

Our Panelists

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Shyah Zarrabi

wedding videography

Armen Tahanian

real estate videography

Luisa Mendoza

corporate videography

Ryan Dennett-Smith


Blackmagic Collective April 8th Event!

Thursday, April 8th @ 11am PT / 2PM ET

Music Supervision: Script to Screen

Whether it’s underscore or songs, how does the music for a major movie or TV show take shape during the project’s journey from script to screen? How do music supervisors decide what music they want to use, and supervise the composition, recording and production of the music? How do you produce music with a high production value sound on a limited budget? If you want to work on some aspect of movie or TV music, whether it’s composition, performance, engineering, or something else, how do you break into it? Get the inside scoop on recording and producing film and TV music from folks who’ve worked on tons of well-known projects.

Attend and you could win a seat of DaVinci Resolve Studio!

We’ll be giving away a seat of DaVinci Resolve Studio, valued at $295, during the live stream to one lucky attendee!

Winners will be chosen from attendees at the end of the event, so make sure you join us!

Our Panelists

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Charlene Huang

music supervisor

Chris Tedesco

music contractor/trumpet player

Gina Zimmitti

musician contractor/coordinator

John L. Curtis

actor/live streamer

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Blackmagic Collective March 11th Event!

Thursday, March 11th @ 11am Pacific

Tommy Lee + Streaming From Home

Headlining Guest: Tommy Lee

Tommy Lee may be famous as the singular drummer from classic rock band Motley Crue, but he is also an active music producer, writer and media producer. His home studio has evolved into an advanced system that allows him not only to provide high quality interviews for networks and outlets looking for his unique take on the world, but also helping him produce his newest album during Covid. We’ll talk to Tommy about how he stays active during the pandemic, and what that means to his work into the future.

Filmmaker Panel: Streaming From Home

Now more than ever before filmmakers are looking to find ways to not only stay creative, but reach a worldwide audience from home. In this round table interview we’ll chat with various streamers about their at home setups, the software they use to stream live, and how they keep it fresh to do weekly shows from home. Guests TBA

Our Host & Panelists

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Tommy Lee

music producer/drummer

Christian Karasiewicz

live stream producer

Leticia Campbell

Strategist/Live Stream Host

John L. Curtis

actor/live streamer

Austin Chapter Kick Off!

March 4th - 11am PT / 1pm CT

Austin filmmakers and actors share their experiences filming in Austin, and talk about why it’s a creative hub for the industry.

Special Guest Christy Carlson Romano (Kim Possible, Big Hero 6: The Series, Celebrity Kitchen) joins us for a live Q&A; followed by local Austin filmmakers Ashley Evans, Olexiy Kryvych and Robert Paschall, Jr.

Our Host & Panelists

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Christy Carlson Romano


Ashlyn Evans


Olexiy Kryvych


Robert Paschall Jr.


Atlanta Chapter Kick Off!

Thursday, February 25th @ 2:00PM Eastern/11am Pacific

Building the Right Community – A Discussion on the Atlanta Indie Community

How the community you find yourself in directly affects your career and the work you do, told from the perspective of Atlanta filmmakers that have worked at every level of production in Atlanta, GA.

Our Host & Panelists

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T.C. Barrera


Walker Whited

editor/drone operator

Jenna Kanell


Ryan Dennett-Smith


New England Chapter: Filming in New England in Today’s New World

Thursday, January 28th @ 2:00PM Eastern

What keeps drawing filmmakers back to New England? Perhaps it’s the historic cities and tranquil countryside. Or maybe the winding coastline and dense forests. Whatever it is, the tight knit community of filmmakers in New England is enough to inspire anyone to film here. 

New England is sure to offer many unique possibilities for filmmakers of any level. However due to the current pandemic and the restrictions it poses, production is guaranteed to look much different. 

Join us at the launch for the New England BMC Chapter to discuss what makes filming in the area advantageous and the ways in which set has changed to adapt to today’s new world.

Hosted by New England Chapter lead Faith Brennan

Our Host & Panelists

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Faith Brennan


Louise Nessralla


Charlie Norton


Rachel S. Thomas-Medwid


New York Chapter: Unique Jobs in Film (you probably didn't know about)

Thursday, January 21st @ 7:30PM Eastern

In the post process from start to finish, there’s more than just the edit, the mix and the color grade. You know what an editor does, but what about a VFX editor or a post supervisor? Who’s at the start of the dailies process, who’s there in between to manage the media, who’s responsible for finishing and who supervises it all?

There are so many jobs in post production that you might not know about, and since jobs like these can often be done remotely, some are skills that are more valuable than ever.

Join our brand new New York City BMC Chapter to talk about some of these lesser known positions.

Hosted by NYC Chapter leads: Lily Kleinman & Grace Novak

Our Moderators & Panelists

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Grace Novak


Lily Kleinman


Jerome Thelia

Post-Production Supervisor/Colorist

Karl Coyner

Visual Effects Supervisor